Adviser lauds exporters performance better than India and Bangladesh

Adviser lauds exporters performance

Adviser lauds exporters performance better than India and Bangladesh in financial year 2019-20, despite the very challenging situation due to COVID-19.

The Prime Minister’s adviser on Commerce and Investment, Abdul Razak Dawood Tuesday applauded the exporters on the high-quality performance.

Adviser lauds exporters performance

He noted Pakistan’s exports only 6 percent less in year 2019-20, while Bangladesh remained 17 percent down and India 14 percent down as compare to same period of previous fiscal year 2018-19.

Abdul Razak Dawood said this on his official twitter account .

He said this good performance was due to timely lifting of the lock-down and the good coordination between federal and provincial agencies at the daily meetings of National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC).

He said that local exporters deserved praise for their efforts, hard work and reaching out to the customers.

The adviser informed that happy to note that well known brand, Hugo Boss, had placed its first order of sportswear to a Pakistani Company.

This achievement was due to the effort of Pakistan Ready-made Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association (PRGMEA) for holding the 35th IAF fashion convention in November last year, in Lahore, he added.

Meanwhile, he hailed the efforts of leader of PRGMEA, Ijaz Khokhar and his team for increasing the country’s exports.


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